Favorite Movie

Captain_coues

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My movie interests are like my music interests. I like a wide range.

In no order,
Heat
National Lampoons Christmas Vacation
Dumb and Dumber
Lonesome Dove
The first Men in Black
Natural Born Killers
U-Turn
Saving Private Ryan
Uncle Buck
Planes Trains and Automobiles
Pulp Fiction
 
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nvguy2

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Great Outdoors
Dumb and Dumber
Nothing to Lose
Last of the Dogmen
The Edge
Legends of the Fall
The Postman
Dances with Wolves
Braveheart
When I was Young- Where the red fern grows😂
 

DeerHunter53

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Great Outdoors
Dumb and Dumber
Nothing to Lose
Last of the Dogmen
The Edge
Legends of the Fall
The Postman
Dances with Wolves
Braveheart
When I was Young- Where the red fern grows😂
The Postman is that because of the kitchen scene on the table? Just sayin did you actually see the rest of the movie?
 

hunt30

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Many of those mentioned above are my favorites also. A few others I enjoy

Support your Local Sheriff
Diggstown
The Sting
Paint your Wagon
Lincoln
 

Captain_coues

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I forgot a few

The Departed
One flew over the cuckoos nest

There has to be Jack Nicholson and Scorsese in there somewhere.
 

Mbogo

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Impossible to say one favorite for me.
Man on Fire was pretty good.
Aliens was great the first time.
 

Zeke

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#1- A river runs through it
#2- Legends of the fall

Tons of other great ones listed by you guys above

Zeke
 

sticksender

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Legends of the Fall is my favorite also.....figured a few people would mention it. It takes a woodsman to understand the narrator's meaning when he mentions the "Moon of the Popping Trees".
 

cacklercrazy

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Legends of the Fall is my favorite also.....figured a few people would mention it. It takes a woodsman to understand the narrator's meaning when he mentions the "Moon of the Popping Trees".
I do like that movie. Picking a favorite is like picking a candy at See's candy.
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Captain_coues

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Another good one is What’s Eating Gilbert Grape. Leonardo DiCaprio did a good job pretending he was retarded. It was hilarious. There were also some good dramatic moments with him. Like when his mom died and they gave her a Viking funeral because she was too big to get the corpse out of the house.
 

PCPython

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Lots of great movies listed above, I'll add a few to the list.

Pale Rider
The Man from Snowy River
Quigley Down Under
Remember the Titans
The General's Daughter
The Pelican Brief
 

Captain_coues

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I completely forgot about three must see movies. They’re from Christopher Guest.
Best in Show
A Mighty Wind
Waiting for Guffman

 

NVPete

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Being a WWII's- end kid born in 1946 and growing up in hunting camps/listening to some of my Dad's and uncles and some male teachers relate their experiences, plus reading any books I could find- my best movie choices were Saving Private Ryan and Schindler's List.
 

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